Sarinda Jones begins each piece with conceptual drawings and designs and then moves to the technical methods of assembling and completing each piece. Every work is one-of-a-kind. Although some pieces share common shapes or elements, no two are exactly alike, ensuring the originality a collector may wish to acquire.
While the placement of color and individual elements may appear random, Jones often uses a formula and complex pattern to design her pieces. She is interested in condensing the elements of her work to their essence, to create a concentration of spirit, character and physical presence.
The artist says,"We all experience a time in our lives when we have been uncertain of an outcome, and recall that moment when time stands still, the tipping point. I try to capture that moment."
Sarinda Jones began studying glass at the Pilchuck Glass School in 2003, and continues to enroll in workshops and conferences.
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